Might post your type of connection? Wifi chipset used and driver installed?
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As most issues are Wifi driver issues that I have read about.
Mine is also an issue where my wifi occassionally drops out or the AP disappears altogether and requires me to manually dis-connect and re-connect wifi to see it again and connect. Also if connection is dropped for some reason it will not re-connect automatically most of the time requiring me to manually connect. Also I find my Linux side is about 20%-25% less signal strength than when I boot to windows7 side.
And no fix as been using the default realtek 8187 drivers for my specific wifi chipset. And still the occasional issues.
And Wifi has always been one of the weak spots that never seems to improve over the years. Whether it's the drivers or the state of NetworkManager and network-manager-applet just not doing the job and still buggy years & years later. As remember these same issues back in 2006-08 when was the last time I was using linux. And found it to be a universal issue that transcends across all the distro's I used or tried out Ubuntu,Mint,Opensuse,Bodhi,Xvoyager,etc.. no matter it being Ubuntu,Gnome,Cinnamon,Mate or now presently using SolydK KDE debian.